Prime Minister: The Central Communication Port (CPK) will boost Poland’s development and economic prospects

It is a huge logistic undertaking that will contribute to multiplying Poland’s development opportunities said the Prime Minister when presenting the CPK railway programme that involves e.g. the existing infrastructure modernisation and the construction of 1,600 km of new railway lines.

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Photo: Adam Guz / Chancellery of The Prime Minister of Poland

Among the advantages of the programme, the Prime Minister listed comprehensive improvement in transport accessibility of the entire country and the elimination of transport exclusion of certain regions. Cities and towns with populations under 100,000 will gain access to railway communication they are lacking at the moment he added.

The Central Communication Port is meant to be a transport hub, connecting three transport networks: air, rail and road. It is the first programme of new railway lines’ construction in Poland in over 30 years.

CPK may become the communication and business heart of Poland said the Prime Minister and at the same time thanked all the initiators of this project.

The conference was also attended by the Minister of Infrastructure Andrzej Adamczyk, Deputy Minister and Government Plenipotentiary for the CPK Mikołaj Wild and the acting CEO of the Central Communication Port Piotr Malepszak.


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